Feb 16, 2007

Bully..!

INTELLIGENCE LEAKS
Cheney's Call


The irony that Libby, once the vice president's top aide, was accused of concealing his role in leaking information to the press has not been lost on some. Graham said in an interview: "It's hard to believe that the chief of staff to the vice president was acting as a rogue agent. What we have learned from the trial validates the suspicion that Libby was not just operating as a lone ranger. He was carrying out what the vice president wanted him to do, which was to besmirch Joe Wilson. I think Libby has been a conspirator in one of the most reprehensible and damaging breaches of American security in modern history." <more>

54 Comments:

Blogger S-Q said...

"I think Libby has been a conspirator in one of the most reprehensible and damaging breaches of American security in modern history."
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Fitzie:

So true and so many involved in this conspiracy too!

They had enough sheeple drinking koolaid to believe their lies...until now!

2:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Let this be a lesson: check caller ID if the Veep calls.

Well, more and more info are coming out how much power the Dickster really had in the WH as VP. He was more than just the VP. Cheney was involved in every operations including National Security (yes, Cheney did Condi's job when she was National Security adviser) in WH as long as it fills his pockets full of profit.

2:52 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Hi SPB:

Yeah, Darth is a greedy evildoer and he has certainly reaped the rewards of the Iraq war...along with the rest of his buddies. What if Iraq would have never been invaded? Hmmmm...it certainly would have been less profits for those evildoers!

Yes, it is a hard lesson for Americans to swallow!

How about those auditors finding $10 BILLION in fraudulent contracts in Iraq? That really angers me...the taxpayers money being wasted like that! Errr!!

3:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"What if Iraq would have never been invaded? Hmmmm...it certainly would have been less profits for those evildoers!'

Unfortunately, Iraq and Iran was in the blueprint agenda for the Gerbil before he crawled into the WH 6 years ago? The real question is what if Georgie was never President? If Georgie was never President, we would have had:

1. a dominated GOP Congress and Senate.

2. certain International leaders in the backpocket of the Gerbil.

3. a much controlled Corporate businesses to control the media

4. much profitted oil companies

and so on.

All road of chaos leads back to how the Gerbil stole the 1st Presidential election.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Siding With Big Business, Cheney Announces Bush Will Veto Workers' Rights Bill

Today, the House Education and Labor Committee begins markup on the "Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), which has strong bipartisan backing in Congress.

The EFCA would make it easier for workers to form a union. Under the current law, "even when a majority of workers ask for union representation, their employers can force them to undergo an election process" administered by the Bush administration's "anti-worker" National Labor Relations Board.
Roll Call reports today, "Deep-pocketed corporate lobbying groups have joined together to defeat" the EFCA. Speaking before a business lobby group this morning, Vice President Cheney announced that Bush will veto the EFCA legislation.

3:28 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Breaking News:

After four days of debate, the House of Representatives has passed a resolution opposing President Bush's plan to send 20,000 additional troops to Iraq.

The resolution passed by 246 to 182.

3:38 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

After all the depleted uranium effects from the first Gulf War, I wouldn't greet the U.S. with sweets and flowers either. Besides candy and blooms would have never justified all those U.S. bases to the Arab world.

25 million year old frog set in amber.

http://enews.earthlink.net/article/
top?guid=20070216/45d53a50_
3ca6_1552620070216515740398

3:44 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:

"If Georgie was never President, we would have had:"

I think you meant, would NOT have had ?

3:54 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...
Siding With Big Business, Cheney Announces Bush Will Veto Workers' Rights Bill
*****************

The corporate interests must be made answerable to the people or we'll become another banana republic, but having been in Local #3 operating engineers union back in the 1970's I believe that free enterprise must be returned to the people. The union I was in owned vast property holdings, one of them being Rancho Muriettta in Calif. It was built on union funds and included a huge subdivision, a golf course, and a large airport. Arnold Palmer bought the airport and houses were sold etc. Pretty much a mafia organisation, but admittedly much better than the present labor situation. I imagine that if local 3 is still around that it has lobbies in congress.

It probably won't do any good to form more unions in my opinion, but Free Enterprise could put small businesses back in the hands of the people, who in turn could pay workers what they are worth. And such Green Stamp industries as Job Temp should be put in prison.

Veto Bush!

4:24 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

National Journal is saying all that? Step back folks, the tidal wave in media will soon arrive as they all struggle to see who can tell the truth for a while first-recalling they are the only business protected by the First Amendment. hehe

Nothing team Fitz did interfered with that activity or should have "put a chill" on the media and they know it.

ditto Geezer, Veto Bush or else face their own veto;-)

4:56 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Hi Biloxi.

hee hee (on your closing statement for Wells)

I think he's just trying to drag it out so he gets more pay at his hourly rate. ( ;

By the way, do you know if Libby hired Wells personally, or did the WH pick Wells for him? (I know Libby's trial fund is 'paying' for Wells.)

4:57 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

http://www.rawstory.com//news/2007/
Gretting_card_company_yanks_Pelosi_
dominatrix_0216.html

Too late, I will never buy another American Greetings card ever again.

5:02 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

http://www.rawstory.com//news/2007/
Giuliani_fee_100k_private_jet_for_
0216.html

While charging speaking fees is a regular practice for expert and celebrity speakers, some are criticizing Giuliani for collecting speaking fees from charities. CNN reports on one appearance at a 2005 tsunami fundraiser for which Giuliani received $100,000, and also mentions a contract stipulation that the former New York City mayor be given the use of a "private aircraft -- must be a Gulfstream 4 or bigger."

Rudi, Don't be a hero, don't be a hero...'cause you never were--advanced warnings do not count. Milking victims isn't being a hero.

5:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"I think you meant, would NOT have had ?"

Yes, that is what I meant. I left out the word "not."

5:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"By the way, do you know if Libby hired Wells personally, or did the WH pick Wells for him? (I know Libby's trial fund is 'paying' for Wells.)"

Good question, Patriot Girl.. I have to do some research on that. Not only Libby's piggy bank pays for Wells but also, Cline, Jeffress, and the rest of the 11 attorneys. Libby is paying a hell of lot of money for his criminal case and a possible appeal. I can't imagine how much he will pay for his civil case.

Glad you like the closing argument. The prosecution could slide me in after Fitz. My closing arguments would be only 10 minutes. That would be the one closing argument that jurors will remember. LOL!

5:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"By the way, do you know if Libby hired Wells personally, or did the WH pick Wells for him?"

For Patriot Girl only:

Here is what I found out. In November 2005 after the little soldier was indicted, Wells and Jeffress were hired. Cline was Libby's attorney at the time of the indictment. Yes, I think that the WH had a lot to do with hiring Wells and Jeffress but hiring these attorneys were part of their strategy:

John Cline: experienced attorney in cases involving classified information. He was the attorney is the Iran-Contra case where he got North's case dimissed by using graymail.

Ted Wells: top criminal defense lawyer who has successfully defended other government or former government officials and has ties to political figues such as Bill Bradley in NJ.

William Jeffress: criminal lawyer who is Bush family consigliere James Baker's law partner at Baker Botts. Jeffress also represents Mary Matalin (who is also does fundraisers for Scooter's pibby bank defense fund) in the Plame Affair.

Now, here is some more information about Jeffress' law firm:

Within the first seven minutes of the nearly two-hour Michael Moore blockbuster "Fahrenheit 9/11," a news clip appears of Baker Botts partner and former U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker III. In the clip, Baker, who led a team of lawyers representing George W. Bush during the Florida recount battle in 2000, defends the president's triumph in that fight.


All of the expensive lawyers and ties to the WH didn't help Irve with his case.

5:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Connections, connections, connections.. Check this out!

The Wall Street Journal reports today that TPMmuckraker favorite Gov. Jim Gibbons (R-NV) is under federal investigation over whether he "accepted unreported gifts or payments from a company that was awarded secret military contracts when Mr. Gibbons served in Congress." The feds, concentrating on Gibbon's relationship wtih Nevada software entrepreneur Warren Trepp (the Zelig of scandals), are also probing whether any of those gifts were bribes, John Wilke reports.

It gets even better...

The Journal first reported on the two's closeness back in November. But since then, more revealing evidence has come out:
On March 22, 2005, days before Mr. Trepp and his wife embarked on the Caribbean cruise with the congressman and his family, Jalé Trepp sent a reminder to her husband. "Please don't forget to bring the money you promised Jim and Dawn," referring to Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons.
Minutes later, Mr. Trepp responds, "Don't you ever send this kind of message to me! Erase this message from your computer right now!"

The allegations against Trepp and Gibbons were originally aired by Dennis Montgomery, Trepp's former business partner, who "designed the software on which [Trepp's company] eTreppid was founded in 1998." Montgomery and Trepp have been fighting it out in court for more than a year, and that's where Montgomery alleged that "Trepp gave at least $100,000 in cash and casino chips to Mr. Gibbons," an allegation that eventually led to the Journal's story in November.


Finally,

Now, the U.S. Attorney for Nevada is Daniel Bogden, who is one of the seven federal prosecutors forced out in December (his last day is February 28th). So around the same time that he was asked to leave, a federal magistrate found that his office was basically acting as Trepp's hired goon.

Get the picture?

6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

EmptyWheel has done a great analysis of the changes in Libby's Theory of Defense.

Evolving Defense

6:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..

Prior Libby's Theory of Defense:

Mr. Libby further contends that when the investigation began, he was confident that he had not provided any information about Mr. Wilson's wife to Robert Novak, and that he had not disclosed classified information about Mr. Wilson or his wife to any other reporters

Revised Theory of Defense:

Mr. Libby further contends that when the investigation began, he knew that he had not provided any information about Ms. Wilson to Robert Novak. He also contends that he did not know that Ms. Wilson’s employment status was covert or classified and that he did not knowingly disclose classified information about Ms. Wilson to any reporters.

First Irve is "confident" and now he "knew." As Josalyn on Talk Left.com discussed in the first filing of the Theory of Defense filings that the defendant has a right to file a Theory of Defense as long as there is evidence backed up. And now he is saying that he didn't disclosed classfied information to reporter about Plame. Valerie Plame's covert name was classified and wasn't publicly known.. And where is the evidence to back up this new filing..

Like I said, Libby's defense is pulling straws. Marcy does do a great analysis of the defense's latest filing.

6:37 PM  
Anonymous stephanie said...

GEEZERPOWER said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...
Siding With Big Business, Cheney Announces Bush Will Veto Workers' Rights Bill
*****************

The corporate interests must be made answerable to the people or we'll become another banana republic, but having been in Local #3 operating engineers union back in the 1970's I believe that free enterprise must be returned to the people.

It probably won't do any good to form more unions in my opinion, but Free Enterprise could put small businesses back in the hands of the people, who in turn could pay workers what they are worth.



Right On, Geezerpower!

I'm with you One Hundred Percent.

Thanks for the post.


p.s. Ron Paul for President :)

7:15 PM  
Anonymous fitz's evil twin chuck said...

Why Did Rove Request A Copy Of A Secret Iranian Proposal For Negotiations In 2003?

Inter Press Service reports that, in early May 2003, Karl Rove received a copy of a secret Iranian proposal for negotiations with the United States from former Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH) — who is now serving 30 months in prison for his role in a corruption scandal.

Two of the most hilarious comments from bloggers on Thinkprogress:


1. Because Rove is a secrecy vampire. He hangs upside down in a closet somewhere in the White House feasting of classified documents, washing them down with the blood of kittens.
Comment by Granola Hippy — February 16, 2007 @ 4:54 pm

2. Rove is showing us the exact size of his genitals…
Undoubtely in response to the question “Why neocons are so corrupt?”
Comment by unbelievable — February 16, 2007 @ 4:54 pm


LMAO!

7:18 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

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7:30 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

CNN reports on one appearance at a 2005 tsunami fundraiser for which Giuliani received $100,000
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Teak:

Wow! I hope they were able to raise enough money for the victims after they paid Guilani his "fee"! How incredibly selfish of him to charge for a humanity/charity event!

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks s-q for the cheney link

7:36 PM  
Anonymous e said...

"I think Libby has been a conspirator in one of the most reprehensible and damaging breaches of American security in modern history."
Libby was a fool to lie for VP..to lose onr minute with his wife and children is not worth it..rat on all the dogs now...

7:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Get the barf bags folks on this article. Gerstein from the NY Sun hearts Irve:

Here an excerpt of his article:

New York Sun: In Leak Case, Jurors Given Plethora of Reasons To Acquit Libby

Friday, February 16, 2007
JOSH GERSTEIN
New York Sun



If jurors at the perjury and obstruction-of-justice trial of I. Lewis Libby Jr. are looking for reasons to acquit the former chief of staff to Vice President Cheney, they have a lot to choose from.
Mr. Libby 's defense, led by Theodore Wells Jr. and William Jeffress Jr., has offered a hodgepodge of arguments, including innocent[LOL!] failures of memory on the part of the defendant and similar shortcomings in the recollections of prosecution witnesses. The defense also has advanced at least three seemingly separate conspiracies involving NBC News journalists, CIA and State Department officials, and White House aides protecting President Bush's top political adviser, Karl Rove.

The prosecution case, by contrast, was fairly linear and straightforward.[yeah, right.] The special prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, presented a series of witnesses whose stories or notes seem to contradict Mr. Libby's claims about how he acquired and dispensed information about the identity of a CIA officer, Valerie Plame.[no,the prosecution provided strong evidence]
Lawyers not involved in the case said it is common for the defense to offer a myriad of arguments, while the prosecution is more focused.
"You throw out as much as you can, hoping to get one juror,"[that's true if the defense had a strong opening argument backed with strong evidence and witnesses] a top criminal defense lawyer in Manhattan, Edward Hayes, said. "People like conspiracy theories."

"It's not inconceivable you could get a couple of jurors to say, ‘I don't think he's guilty because of memory. We all forget some things,'"[please..dude, re-read Libby's five count charges!] another prominent defense lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, said. "A couple of jurors might not like that argument but might be persuaded by the suggestion he's a sacrificial lamb and the administration is protecting Rove."[yeah, the problem is Rove and Cheney weren't called to stand to prove this fairy tale story.]

One of the factors most favorable for the defense is that the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that any false statements Mr. Libby made to the FBI or the grand jury were intentional and not the product of mistake or memory failure. This requires not just guessing what was in Mr. Libby's head, but being all but certain about it.

"Perjury is a very difficult crime to prove without some form of corroboration,"[and it was simple for the prosecutors to prove Martha Stewart's four counts of perjury.] such as documents or recordings where the defendant boasts of lying or discusses a plan to deceive, Mr. Brafman said.[the gj audio tapes hosed Libby]
Legal observers said one of the biggest strengths of Mr. Libby's defense is not a strategy or a tactic but simply the presence of Mr. Wells at the helm. "Ted Wells is probably one of the most eloquent criminal defense lawyers in the United States. He's a very charming man," Mr. Brafman said. "He'll probably deliver one of the best summations anyone has ever seen in any case."[well, better hope that his closing arguments are much better than the Alice in Wonderland opening statements.]

8:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Anon @ 7:36:

Sure! :)

SPB:

There so many people who are completely clueless about Scooter's charges..however, they choose to write articles about this case! Amazing!

8:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The NY Sun-How can people be so stupid and still live?


Dead from the neck up.


Don't sweat it SPB.

8:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"The stakes in Iraq are too high to recycle proposals that have little prospect for success," said Speaker Nancy Pelosi..

The passage of this legislation will signal a change in direction in Iraq that will end the fighting and bring our troops home," she vowed after the vote, in which 17 Republicans joined 229 Democrats in a wartime rebuke to the president."

Click

8:26 PM  
Anonymous fitzlittlesnitch said...

"Ted Wells is probably one of the most eloquent criminal defense lawyers in the United States.

No he is NOT...I've seen better in mayors court

8:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon at 8:10 pm:

I'm not sweating that article. I found that article on the smurf's website. So, you know he needs all the support that he can since his case is dead in the water.

Hey, I got to chance to look at more of the gov't exhibits. I have taken some time out to look at some of them. I looked at Fitz's latest. Yes, Exhibit GX 402, Dick's handwriting on Wilson's Op-Ed!

I have to admit that any person without glasses or blind in one eye can see from that the underlinings by Dick from the Op-Ed that he was consumed with that article about Wilson and had a nstring interest in Wilson. I am an avid reader. And I too underline and highlight passages or sentences in a book that either interests me or if I want to re-read those sentences or passages again for future reference. Dick Cheney was certainly consumed in that article when he highlighted certain sentences. Here are all of the sentences that he highlighted in that article:

I have little choice but to conclude that some of the intelligence related to Iraq's nuclear weapons program was twisted to exaggerate the Iraqi threat.

I was told that it referred to a memorandum of agreement that documented the sale of uranium yellowcake —

by Niger to Iraq in the late 1990's.

While the C.I.A. paid my expenses (my time was offered pro bono),

ambassador told me that she knew about the allegations of uranium sales to Iraq — and that she felt she had already debunked them in her reports to Washington.

It did not take long to conclude that it was highly doubtful that any such transaction had ever taken place.

it would be exceedingly difficult for Niger to transfer uranium to Iraq.

there's simply too much oversight over too small an industry for a sale to have transpired.




(As for the actual memorandum, I never saw it. But news accounts have pointed out

Though I did not file a written report,

and a specific answer from the agency to the office of the vice president (this may have been delivered orally). While I have not seen any of these reports,

The vice president's office asked a serious question. I was asked to help formulate the answer. I did so, and I have every confidence that the answer I provided was circulated to the appropriate officials within our government.


The old ticker was obsessed with Wilson because Wilson rubbed him the wrong way!

8:47 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

For Biloxy et al

Dick Cheney under the microscope

Dick Cheney under the microscope
Feb 15th 2007
From The Economist print edition

A glimpse into the vice-president's secret worl

8:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hey Geezerpower!

Thanks for sharing the The Economist's article. I have to agree with the writer 100%. Now, this is may sound strange to you but out of all of the evildoers at the WH, Dick Cheney has been the most intriguing criminal for me the read and follow. And there will be certainly a documentary about Dick Cheney when he is out of office (hopefully behind bars).

9:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

For Geezerpower:

Here is an article that I wrote last year for Waterflake's website about Dick Cheney.

9:05 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

His staff refuse to reveal how many people work in his office, let alone what they do there.
-------------------------

Hi Geezer!

Now, isn't that something? We pay for what we don't know...
Astonishing!!

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://libbydefensefund.com/
news/07/0214.htm

The New York Times Misreads Cheney's Non-Witness Status

paid for by: BASL
(BearsAgainstScooterLibby)

9:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

In The New York Times news story on Valentine's Day, the NYT reporters had this to say about Libby's defense lawyers not calling Cheney or Libby to the stand: "The decision could be viewed as a sign that Mr. Libby's lawyers are confident that the prosecution failed to make its case."

Yup, another blunder and jumping the gun by the NYT. That newspaper should be really embarrassed by their former NYT, Pulitzer Prize, bubblehead, pillow talk shagger, scatterbrain, and need to look for my notes in my shopping bag Judith Miller. Jill Abramson certainly didn't heart Miller.

9:16 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Thanks Biloxy

I wonder if Harry Reid knows much about Chainie at all? LOL

SQ...Yep. It's just like cable TV..

(:

9:22 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...
In The New York Times news story on Valentine's Day, the NYT reporters had this to say about Libby's defense lawyers not calling Cheney or Libby to the stand: "The decision could be viewed as a sign that Mr. Libby's lawyers are confident that the prosecution failed to make its case."
*******
Wouldn't it only be about too many liars on the stand? {;

9:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Geezerpower:

No, the bottomline is the three amigos, Cheney, Rove, and Libby were scared as shit of the rugby man to cross-examine them. They knew that Fitz would have them by the cojones.

9:31 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Well...Good luck to Fitz on getting a grip on the Smurf.

ROTFLOL G;

9:39 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB & Geezer:

Of course, they're scared of Fitz! hehe

Hey, remember Rove went before the GJ five times and let's not forget about Sealed vs Sealed..

9:42 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

SQ

It's a good thing Fitz had some miniature vice grips...(:

9:47 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

http://www.rawstory.com//news/2007/
Libbys_conspiracy_theory_never_took_
root_0216.html

How Wells will handle the once-jarring conspiracy theory is unclear. In his opening statement, the lawyer produced a note from Cheney expressing concerns that Libby was being "sacrificed" and being put through "the meat grinder." The theory was that the White House was angling to protect political strategist Karl Rove and dispense with Libby — a theory that cast Libby in a sympathetic light.

This may be up already, not sure.

9:47 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Geezer:

Wasn't that tweezers? LOLMAO

9:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q:

I haven't forgot Sealed Vs. Sealed or docket number: 06cr128. I posted an article on my blog about that. And I believe that there are more than two sealed vs. sealed documents that are still pending. We don't know when he will unsealed and who else besides Rove and Cheney will be indicted and/or going to be indicted. And I know that after the exposure from the Libby trial with involvements of Cheney and Bush, I look for a Special Counsel to be called to go an investigation on a WH conspiracy in connection to Iraq war and Libby is on that list in that involvement. So, I see more charges for Libby as more investigation arise that involves him.

Geezerpower:

Thanks for your comments. I got an email from NewsInking.com that you wrote a response to me about my article. :D

Anyhoo, Starbucks night! Go to run! Calling it a night. Good night! Biloximan out!

9:53 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Geezer:

My bad!! I meant Barbie Doll size tweezers! LOL

SPB:

Have a good evening! :)

9:58 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I look for a Special Counsel to be called to go an investigation on a WH conspiracy in connection to Iraq war...
------------------------

SPB:

Yes and soon!! :)

10:03 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

http://www.cnn.com/2007/WORLD/meast/
02/16/iran.bombing/index.html

2nd blast in 3 days hits Iranian city

TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- A bomb went off Friday night at a girls school in the southeastern Iranian border city of Zahedan, according to the semi-official FARS News Agency.

No one was hurt or killed in the 10 p.m. (1:30 p.m. ET) blast, a military spokesman told the Web site of Iran's state television, Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting.

The spokesman, identified as Col. Goodarzi, told IRIB that based on initial information from the scene, a number of militants exploded a percussion bomb in the city and fired at an electricity plant before running away and hiding at a nearby house.

I missed the msm news, anyone know if they reported this? Why are terrorists suddenly turning their campaign to Iran?

11:51 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Teak, here you go:

Guardian article on Iran bombings

It's pretty complicated for readers of the MSM. Keep watching the foreign news.

12:31 AM  
Anonymous teak said...

Thanks, night owl.

I'm really trying not to think the worst but its rather hard to do.

Speaking of the MSM, they seem to be tag-teaming on different networks/even programing on manipulating people nowadays. I don't think anyone can deny it anymore. I could give you several examples just from this past week. CBS seems to have the worst spinner/idea pushers...I've taken to looking for clues in the net news the next day or some D.C. scandal to hit. Sadly, it doesn't take long to find it. They usually promote something tragic and good guys (almost exploiting the good guys, it is that over-done) to get the evil and corrupt out of hot water, and how dare you question it.
I emailed the local station and told them they might change their current letters of the station of W**W to TOOL. Pat Roberts & Sam Brownback's propaganda's tool. ;)

PEACE.

2:38 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Good Morning,

More snow for Ohio! yes, I agree Teak- the media is as corrupt as Washington itself! I have heard that its all about to blow and they will begin a "truth blitz" against Dubya. A last ditch effort to save themselves? ha

Scooter and others like him should be glad this man was born-considering all inmates benefit from this man's quest..since they are/will be in prison.
Texas prison reform activist and lifelong social justice proponent Wally Ellinger died Wednesday in his Austin home. He was 88.

Whether through his position as a Catholic priest or as the Texas director of Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants, a criminal justice reform organization, Ellinger was known for his passion for helping the downtrodden, friends and family say.
"He tried to get people to realize we don't want to be tough on crime, we want to be smart on crime," said Lois Robinson, who worked with Ellinger at the group. "He wanted rehabilitation, and treatment for drug addicts and the mentally ill."

"He once said, 'justice is love,' and that really sums him up," Pipkin said.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous the internets said...

Britney's gone crazy again. She's shaved her head bald, and proceeded to get the initials PJF tattooed on the back of her head!!!

Britney's ex-bff, Paris was seen getting a retaliatory tattoo "Dead-Eye Dick" on her upper thigh.

10:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OY!

12:54 PM  

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